Share their victories. Honor their service.
Remember their sacrifice.

Honoring veterans from the
Revolutionary War to the present

The Honor Wall is a place to commemorate all of your relatives who served in the US military. Whether they fought in the Revolution or served in the Gulf War, now you can salute all the heroes from your past and remember their bravery through stories and photos.

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Always Remember. Never Forget.

Memorial Pages are a great way to commemorate the heroes in your life. Fold3 has created millions of Memorial Pages from US military data to give you a head start. You can add stories and photos for your veteran to existing Memorial Pages. If you are unable to find a veteran, you can create a new Memorial Page to honor their service. Memorial Pages are easy to create and update, and you can make as many as you like.

Use Memorial Pages to:

  • Honor those from your past and present.
  • Add photos, stories, and facts.
  • Share and collaborate with family and friends.
  • Highlight documents you find on Fold3 and elsewhere.
  • Connect to your Ancestry.com family tree.

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How do I start?

Search the Honor Wall using a veteran's name to see if a page already exists. If you find the proper page, go ahead and update it with your photos and stories. If you can't find a matching page, you will have the option to easily create a new page for your veteran.

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Partners

Fold3 would like to recognize the partners we have worked very closely with to bring you the Honor Wall. These partners have devoted time, expertise, and resources to make the Honor Wall a reality.

Together We Served: Created by and for service members, Together We Served (TWS) is the largest exclusively military online community for U.S. veterans to reconnect with lost comrades and record their service as a lasting legacy. Since its launch as a Marine Corps website in 2003, Together We Served has expanded to include profiles of all five military branches, including U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard. Service members can create and share a visual history of their service from boot camp to retirement, including duty stations, battles, operations, medal ribbons (arranged as-worn), badges, photos, stories about their service, and memories of fellow service members. As a searchable military locator, TWS is reconnecting veterans, some of whom have not seen each other in more than 40 years. With 1.3 million members, Together We Served has reconnected more servicemen and women than any other comparable website. Visit Together We Served

The National Archives and Records Administration is an independent Federal agency that preserves and shares with the public records that trace the story of our nation, government, and the American people. From the Declaration of Independence to accounts of ordinary Americans, the holdings of the National Archives directly touch the lives of millions of people. The National Archives carries out its mission through a nationwide network of archives, records centers, and Presidential Libraries, and online at www.archives.gov.

Military Emblems Usage: Thanks to Serge Averbukh for allowing us to use his renditions of the Service Emblems of the US Military branches.